Toggle navigation USC. Contents Shape and size of the Earth: ellipsoid and geoid. The celestial sphere: astronomical coordinates. The Earth's orbital movement. The ecliptic Stars espectra and their classification.
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Toggle navigation USC. Contents Shape and size of the Earth: ellipsoid and geoid. The celestial sphere: astronomical coordinates. The Earth's orbital movement. The ecliptic Stars espectra and their classification. The Universe: composition and scales. Theory of radiation. The Black body. The Hertzsprung-Russel diagram. Stellar equilibrium equations. Virial theorem. Stelar evolution: Time scales. Jean mass and radius. The main sequence and beyond. White darfs, red giants, neutron stars and black holes.
Fundaments of Cosmology: Cosmological principle. Hubble law and the expasion of the universe. Equivalence principle and the space-time metric. Friedmann equations and models of the universe.
Cosmological observations: measurements of supernova Ia, cosmic microwave background, primordial nucleosinthesis. Dark matter. Dark Energy. A thermal history of the universe. The Big Bang. Practicum: The celestial sphere. Coordinates and astronomical yearbooks. Introduction to the astronomical observation Interactive. The telescope. Mounting Inter Masses and temperatures.
Empirical calibrations. Optical spectroscopy. Obtaining the spectrum using a telescope Int. Spectral analysis. ABAD, J. Addison Wesley Longman, E. Alianza Editorial. Pueblo y Ciencia. Cosmology: B. Addison Wesley, Cambridge University Press KOLB, M. Addison-Wesley, Competence Learning of the main measured variables used in Astrophysics and Cosmology Understanding of the main sequence and stellar evolution.
Understanding of the main events in the evolution of the universe and interpretation of the different observations leading to the establishment of the cosmological standard model. Acquisition of positioning and astronomical observation techniques.
Teaching methodology The course consists of blackboard lectures that are complemented by problem sets discussed in class, emphasizing the issues that arise when solving and encouraging student participation. Likewise, the course consists of several sessions of practical classes to be held in the observatory of the USC. Finally, an exercise of the numerical resolution of the equation of equilibrium of a star will be proposed as part of the home work. Study time and individual work Theoretical cectures: 18 hours.
Problems and practices: 18 hours. Estimated additional time for personal work: about 70 hours. Recommendations for the study of the subject Be able to manage concepts of other subjects, including quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics and nuclear and particle physics.
Follow the field consistently, actively participating in both theory classes, formulating relevant questions, and in problems and practices. Any informatics knowledge is welcome, mainly some experience in Matlab package. Grupo CLE
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